Jeff Gitlen

Jeff Gitlen

Jeff Gitlen is a graduate of the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware. He has spent the last 5 years researching and writing about personal finance topics, including student loans, credit cards, insurance, and more. His work has been featured on major news publications, some of which include Bloomberg, CNBC, Forbes, and Market Watch.

Articles by Jeff Gitlen:

04
Jan
Best American Express Credit Cards

Many people are familiar with American Express cards, but sifting through all of the company's options can be challenging. We reviewed the Amex cards offered through our partner to determine which were the best.

Posted in: Credit Cards, Credit Cards by Company,
04
Jan
Sixup Student Loans Review

Sixup is an online lender that provides private student loans to borrowers with limited credit history and no cosigner. The lender is worth considering if you can't qualify for traditional private student loans or if you don't have a cosigner.

Posted in: Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
04
Jan
Bathroom Remodel Financing

If you are looking for bathroom remodel financing options, you should consider home improvement loans, home equity products, credit cards, and manufacture financing.

Posted in: Home Equity, Personal Loan Uses (3), Personal Loans,
04
Jan
5 Best Reverse Mortgage Companies

A reverse mortgage is a loan for homeowners typically age 62 or older. It allows you to convert some of the equity in your home into cash without having to sell the home or move out of it. A major benefit of a reverse mortgage is that it does not require that you make monthly […]

Posted in: Best Options, Mortgages,
04
Jan
Federal Student Loans

There are a few different types of federal student loans that can be used to pay for your education. Student loan borrowers should consider federal loans before other loans.

Posted in: Student Loans,
04
Jan
Best High-End Credit Cards

High-end credit cards come with excellent perks and rewards, but they're not for the average credit card user. Most cards have a high annual fee and high spending requirements to earn bonus rewards.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
04
Jan
Scholarships for Blonde Hair

Many organizations and groups offer scholarships to help students afford a college education. Scholarships are free student aid, which means the funds you receive do not need to be repaid. In some cases, these organizations or groups have certain eligibility requirements that make their scholarship available only to a select group of people. While you […]

Posted in: Financial Aid,
04
Jan
Best Installment Loans: Compare Online Options

If you have bad-to-fair credit and need cash, an installment loan can help. Installment loans typically have repayment terms from six months to five years – and you repay them in monthly installments. While their interest rates can be high, they generally offer lower interest rates than payday loans. In addition, most installment loan lenders […]

Posted in: Personal Loans,
04
Jan
Figo Pet Insurance Review

Figo pet insurance is an accessible insurance option that covers pets in case of unexpected veterinary bills. Thanks to a user-friendly app and easy qualifying process, many pet owners find appropriate coverage through Figo.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance, Reviews (3),
04
Jan
Scholarships for Short People

Can you get a scholarship for being short? If you’ve found yourself asking that question, the answer is yes! Some of the scholarships below are offered exclusively to short people, while others are available to all. Make sure to read the eligibility requirements of each award to ensure you’re eligible to apply. 2 Scholarships for […]

Posted in: Financial Aid,